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Paul Gascoigne



Gazza made his league debut for Newcastle in 1984-85, moving to Spurs in 1988 in a huge £2 million deal. He was one of England's key figures in the 1990 World Cup, and moved to Lazio in Italy in 1992. He then played for Rangers, Middlesbrough, Everton, Burnley and briefly in China. He won 57 caps.
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Football Heroes (digital download)

Various, Bobby Robson, Alan Shearer, Brian Moore, Stanley Matthews, Geoff Hurst, Nobby Stiles, Bob Wilson, Paul Gascoigne
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Various, Bobby Robson, Alan Shearer, Brian Moore, Stanley Matthews, Geoff Hurst, Nobby Stiles, Bob Wilson, Paul Gascoigne

Relive the highs (and the lows!) from fifty years of English football as recalled by some of the game's all-time great players, managers and commentators.1. Stanley Matthews: The Matthews FA Cup Final, 1953 (Read by Sean Bean) 2. Nobby Stiles: Man Utd win the European Cup, 1968 (Read by Nobby Stiles) 3. Paul Gascoigne: 'Gazza's Tears', World Cup 1990 (Read by Christian Rodska) 4. Bob Wilson: Arsenal win the Double, 1971 (Read by Bob Wilson) 5. Brian Moore: Best, Greavsie and Clough (Read by Brian Moore) 6. Bobby Robson: 'The Hand of God', World Cup 1986 (Read by Bobby Robson) 7. Alan Shearer: England reach the Semi-Finals, Euro '96 (Read by Christian Rodska) 8. Alex Ferguson: Manchester United win the Treble, 1999 (Read by Alex Ferguson) 9. Geoff Hurst: The World Cup Final, 1966 (Read by Geoff Hurst) ©1998 Alan Shearer, ©1999 Alex Ferguson, ©1999 Brian Moore, ©2000 Stanley Matthews, ©2001 Geoff Hurst, ©2003 Nobby Stiles, ©2003 Bob Wilson, ©2004 Paul Gascoigne, ©2005 Bobby Robson, (p) 2006 BarryMour Productions